Christmas Day is a time for giving, and receiving…and
wondering what to do with those unsuitable gifts!
From silly gifts, thoughtless secret Santa’s, to clothing
that just clashes with your colour palette; many of us
get those less-than-desirable gifts every year.
Barnardo’s and Evans Re-Gift Campaign is a charitable
solution for getting rid of unsuitable gifts, the
You can join “The Evans Re-Gift” and find your unsuitable
gifts the right home. By taking your unsuitable gifts to your
local Barnardo’s store from the 24th December 2016 – 31st
January 2017, you’ll receive £10 off your next purchase over
£50 in any Evans UK store or online at Evans.co.uk.
Barnardo’s main purpose is to transform the lives of the UK’s
most vulnerable children, regardless of their circumstances,
gender, race, disability or behaviour. Barnardo's works
directly with 240,000 children, young people and families
every year. Running 960 vital services across the UK,
including counselling for children who have been abused,
fostering and adoption services, vocational training and
disability inclusion groups.
1. No matter how offensive the gift, make sure you thank the
sender (it’s always nice to be nice).
2. Don’t feel bad about passing on your “not-so-you” gifts, but
do give it to Barnardo’s rather than letting it gather dust at the
back of a cupboard. (While they may not be to your taste, they
might be right up someone else’s street — someone who would
be happy to spend money on them).
3. Reap the rewards by giving your gifts to Barnardo’s and we will
give you £10 voucher to spend on your next purchase over £50
in any Evans UK store or online at Evans.co.uk.
We’ve teamed up with the leading children’s charity, Barnardo’s to launch a fantastic winter initiative, which aims to collect
unsuitable Christmas gifts for resale in their stores. 100% of the profits raised from the sale of your donation will help transform the
lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children. Simply take your unsuitable presents to any Barnardo’s store until 31st
January 2017 and you’ll receive a £10 voucher to spend on your next purchase over £50 in any Evans UK store or
online at Evans.co.uk.
You can exchange your unsuitable gifts.
Barnardo's stores accept donations of a wide variety of goods, including:
Women's, men's and children's clothing;
Shoes, handbags, jewellery and accessories;
Quality homeware – from vases and photo frames to ornaments and tea sets;
Furniture (selected furniture shops only) - please ask before donating or arrange a furniture collection;
Books, toys, CDs and DVDs
These don’t need to be Evans items; you are able to recycle items from any brand. You can recycle as many unsuitable
gifts as you wish, but you will only receive one voucher per overall donation. This entitles you to receive a £10 voucher to spend on
your next purchase over £50 in any Evans UK store or online at Evans.co.uk.
To say thank you for donating your unsuitable gifts to this worthy cause we’ll give you one voucher which entitles
you to receive a £10 voucher to spend on your next purchase over £50 in any Evans UK store or online at Evans.co.uk.
You can donate your “not-so-you” presents at any Barnardo’s store across the UK. You cannot donate direct to Evans,
or Evans concession stores. To find your nearest Barnardo’s click here. We are not currently able to offer this service
for online orders or deliveries.
The “EVANS RE-GIFT” with Barnardo’s launches on Saturday 24th December 2016 – Tuesday
31st January 2017. Vouchers are valid from Saturday 24th December 2016 until 28th February January 2017,
Once donations are received in store, a quality check will be performed to ensure they are suitable to be sold in-store.
Should items be broken or soiled, vital funds can still be raised by recycling unsaleable items. 100% of the profits
raised from the sale of donations will help transform the lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children.
Barnardo’s is the UK’s leading children’s charity. Barnardo’s transforms the lives of the most vulnerable
vulnerable children across the UK through the work of their services, campaigning and research expertise. Barnardo’s believes that
together we can bring out the very best in every child whether the issue is child poverty, sexual exploitation, disability
or domestic violence.